Interested in a 485 research credit? We are looking for research assistants each semester (fall, spring, and summer). In our lab, we investigate what infants know about the physical properties of objects. Responsibilities include testing infants, preparing stimuli for experiments, data recording and entry, and other lab duties. If you are interested, please call 979-862-8934 or contact us at email@example.com. Assistantships are for 485s only; we do not accept volunteers at this time.
Q: How do I apply?
A: Fill out this online form here. We typically conduct interviews around registration time during each semester. Feel free to email us if you have questions (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Q: Do I have to be a psychology major or minor?
A: No, you do NOT have to be a psychology major or minor. While most of our students have some psychology relation, some of our students major in sociology, biology, education, or allied health.
Q: Is PSYC 203 or 204 required?
A: While we do prefer you to have taken those courses, it is NOT required.
Q: If I have interviewed for a previous semester, do I have to interview again?
A: Yes. Your availability may change each semester, which is one of the main determinants of who is chosen to work in our lab.
Q: Could I take this as a neuroscience credit?
A: Yes! We can offer NRSC 485/491 credit. See the neuroscience advisor for more details.
Q: What is the time commitment?
A: Summer: You must work the entire summer 10wk session!! For 3 hours of course credit: You will work three 4-hour shifts (total: 12 hours a week) Monday-Thursday but there is NO work outside of those 3 hour shifts (i.e., homework or research outside of lab).
Fall: For 3 hours of course credit: You will work three 4-hour shifts (total: 12 hours a week) Monday-Thursday but there is NO work outside of those 3 hour shifts (i.e., homework or research outside of lab).
We polled our Undergraduate Lab Members about what their Major and Minors are & what their Favorite Part of Baby Lab is: